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Over a quarter of Dutch people want a meat-free future in Netherlands.

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A study conducted by Kieskompas, a Dutch voting website, along with the Vrije University Amsterdam, and commissioned by ProVeg Netherlands, a nongovernmental organization, surveyed 8,575 Dutch people on their views about meat and the use of animal-people in the food industry. Approximately 80% of people who participated acknowledged that they are uncomfortable with the way animal-people are used for food. About 28% of the citizens expressed wanting a meat-free country, while 60% want to prohibit animal-people factories. 
Thanks, Dutch researchers, for your interesting findings which reveal the vegan tendencies of the kind people of the Netherlands. In Heaven’s splendor, may all humans soon awaken and return to their original, loving compassionate selves to become vegan for life.
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